Grow Remote

Help to increase employment opportunities in regional areas by connecting companies, remote workers and local communities.

  • $1,000 per new project
  • Locations: Grant County, San Antonio, Laramie County
  • To access funding:
    1. Complete a 30 Day Challenge
    2. Report the impact of your project

How to get involved

Time: Ideally, running your Grow Remote Chapter will fit alongside the rest of your work and you'll have a team to share the burden with. Dedicating approximately 4 hours a week should be sufficient time to get your Chapter up and running.

If you're interested in leveraging the opportunity that remote working presents for your local community and would like to connect job opportunities, remote workers and local communities then starting a Grow Remote Chapter is for you. Find out here all you need to get started and connect with other groups around the country.

5 Steps
Who?
Fred Gallagher followed Grow Remote almost 2 years ago
Roisin Bennett followed Grow Remote almost 2 years ago
Sean Brady followed Grow Remote almost 2 years ago
Robson Mafra followed Grow Remote almost 2 years ago
John Riordan followed Grow Remote almost 2 years ago
Shauna Moran followed Grow Remote almost 2 years ago
Cian Collins followed Grow Remote almost 2 years ago
Kevin McGowan followed Grow Remote almost 2 years ago
Ken Tobin followed Grow Remote almost 2 years ago
Grow Remote followed Grow Remote almost 2 years ago
Marie Danaher joined Grow Remote Dingle a Grow Remote group over 1 year ago
Tara O'Dowd joined Grow Remote Dingle a Grow Remote group over 1 year ago
Grow Remote joined Rural Grow Remote Opportunities a Grow Remote group over 1 year ago
Grow Remote joined Valentia Island Development Company a Grow Remote group over 1 year ago
Grow Remote joined grow remote Bantry a Grow Remote group over 1 year ago
  • $1,000 per new project
  • Locations: Grant County, San Antonio, Laramie County
  • To access funding:
    1. Complete a 30 Day Challenge
    2. Report the impact of your project
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